The Red Sox slugger, on the verge of his third World Series title, is again making the case that he’s baseball’s most clutch hitter.
In several high-profile cases, African-American shoppers have found their money is not as good as everyone else’s.
Post-championship street partying in Boston has generally been uneventful, but there have been a few chaotic scenes and tragedies.
The center can now get more funding through grants.
The man allegedly used his riding lawn mower to make a beer run.
A study also shows huge increases elsewhere, including a 300 percent rise in New Hampshire.
Signs opposing the removal of criminal and civil penalties are beginning to pop up in the city, but the group behind the effort is a mystery.
He died after a Saturday night car crash involving a friend.
The drowned Bangor-area woman was found by kayakers Monday morning.
Robert Wayne Lyon was convicted of sexual conduct with a minor in 2007 in Arizona.
Police say Michael Morin also failed to set the parking brake on his 60,000-pound vehicle.
Two students are accused of leaving a sex toy and an explicit note at rival Massabesic High School.
Azamat Tazhayakov is one of two men accused of removing evidence from Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s dorm room and later lying about it.
Just five of 68 cases that won Kennebunk unwelcome attention remain on the docket.
Brian Holloway bought the property near the Massachusetts border more than 30 years ago, when he was playing for the New England Patriots.
Some 620,000 digital meters have been installed in Maine, but that doesn’t mean the critics have quit.
The lawsuit challenges penalties the NCAA imposed against Penn State – including voiding 111 wins while Paterno was head coach.
Thayne Ormsby's lawyer claimed he suspect was 'played' by law enforcement during his confession.
The complaint says work to build power lines for the 50-turbine farm will harm streams along the route.
The bird was found with a leg injury in New Sharon in August and was nursed back to health at the Avian Haven rehabilitation center.
The high failure rate is found during compliance checks timed for the early part of the college year.
The crash happened where black ice had formed on I-95 in Smyrna.
State leaders are warned Maine’s businesses will be hard-pressed to replace its aging workforce.
A judge finds that a new law approved by the Legislature in July imposed an unconstitutional burden on women seeking to terminate a pregnancy
$13 million road network near the new MaineGeneral Medical Center nears completion
A World Health Organization spokesman says ‘the risk is high of spread across the region.’
A senior official’s regret over website issues comes amid questions over a wave of canceled policies for individuals and small businesses.
It will feature more than 40 organizations that provide benefits to veterans in areas including personal finances, traumatic brain injury, elder and children’s services.
The Portland baker famous for his Sicilian slab pizza is opening a new restaurant called Slab in the old Portland Public Market building.
Jon Hinck leads ‘Wells’ Lyons in the money race in their battle for the seat now held by John Anton.
Bank robbery thwarted in Brunswick / Teen critically injured in crash / Up to 4 inches of snow falls in parts of northern Maine ... and more news from around the state.
Colleen Ritzer is remembered for making a difference.
It has a hefty $100 million price tag, but Mainers have a record of approving money for transportation.
Officials demand answers and may restrict U.S. access to a terrorism-fighting money-tracking tool.
They seem to die faster than those with high-risk conditions.
Organizations that work on homelessness will gather to talk about ways to reduce the problem.
Game 6, at Fenway Park, will have an electric, raucous atmosphere.
The guessing goes on as buildings made of shipping containers float in Portland and San Francisco harbors.
Legislative leaders have remained mostly in the background as reports detail deeply flawed program.